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3.
How one defines themselves with clothes, pronouns, how they carry themselves, etc (i.e. male, female, androgynous, etc). Different from sex- ex: a person may be born female (sex) but identify as male (gender), though for many, sex and gender are synonymous.
"I prefer female pronouns such as 'she' and 'her', because female is my gender." Or "My gender is androgynous, though my sex is male."
por be-bop-a-lula 01 de Janeiro de 2005
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1.
A societal construct that is, in actuality, about as useless and restrictive as race.
There may be unfathomable, uncrossable chasm that exist between certain types of people, but gender should not be considered one of them.
por Killing Kittens 30 de Março de 2005
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2.
your mode of self-reflection or ID dealing with how you see yourself (or don't see yourself) in terms of your sex.
there are two sexes, but countless genders.
por dagger_grrl 11 de Outubro de 2003
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4.
A property of nouns and pronouns.

A noun can have one of three genders, masculine, feminine, and neuter. Gender is never male or female; that is sex.

The gender of a noun may have little or no relation to the sex of its bearer. For example, in German, the word for dog is der Hund, which has masculine gender. A dog may be male or female, but the word for dog has masculine gender.

Radical feminists, effeminate men, and extremely ignorant people use the word to mean sex. They also ignorantly believe that the pronoun HE, when used to refer to someone of unknown sex, is offensive. Instead, they ignorantly and incorrectly use the word THEY to refer to a single person of unknown sex. Notice that French, German, Spanish, and other people have no trouble at all distinguishing sex and gender. A German is never offended by the word ER used to refer to someone of unknown sex, even though ER also means HE. That's because Germans are intelligent enough to know the difference between gender and sex, and that gender may have little to do with sex.

Even well-meaning organizations ask for you gender on applications now, but only out of ignorance. They surely want to know if you are male or female, not whether you enjoy eating butt or prancing on floats in parades.
The word SHIP often has a feminine gender. People refer to a ship as SHE.
por Cap'n Bullmoose 20 de Abril de 2005
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5.
a pejorative used in place of "sex"
show me some gender....
gimme some gender....
got some gender last night...
I think i got herpes from that prostitute gendering...
por Murray 21 de Dezembro de 2003
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